Community Events – March 10, 2017
Mar 12, 2017 – Daylight Saving Time Starts
When local standard time is about to reach
Sunrise and sunset will be about 1 hour later on Mar 12, 2017 than the day before. There will be more light in the evening.
Welcome to the Vancouver Inspiration Pass.
Opening the door to exciting experiences and fun things to see and do across the city, the Vancouver Inspiration Pass is a free cultural and recreational pass program that allows individuals, families and teens to explore their city like never before.
Free for Vancouver residents aged 14 years and older, the pass is valid for a period of two weeks, and can be borrowed through any Vancouver Public Library location.
There are 140 passes available for loan every two weeks – 20 are available through the Central Library downtown and six passes available at each of VPL branches across the city.
Response to the pass has been tremendous. We are working hard to ensure that eligible patrons receive passes as quickly as possible, so that as many resident as possible can enjoy this outstanding program. Given the strong interest and limited number of passes, however, some patrons will experience a wait before a pass becomes available. We appreciate your patience.
We are continually evaluating the program and working on improvements, and our patrons are an important part of that process. We’d like to hear what you think – please share your comments and suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Get Hungry Podcast Club meets on Tuesday’s at 3:00 pm at the Renfrew Branch of the Vancouver Public Library
Take a culinary trip with this podcast club! Listen to episodes from popular food podcasts (online radio shows) and discuss a new topic each week.
March 14 Vegetables & salads
March 21 Salt
March 28 Bread
April 4 Canada’s food source
It is FREE!
For more information call 604-257-8705
Link to Poster: Get Hungry Podcast Club
Inclusion BC is launching a year-long celebration of Disability Pride as part of the official Canada 150+ celebrations, marking our country’s 150th anniversary. Funded in part by Canadian Heritage, we are excited to be offering grants to help include people with intellectual disabilities as leaders and contributors in existing community activities, causes or celebrations across British Columbia.
Citizens with intellectual disabilities are essential to the Canadian mosaic. Throughout 2017 we’re promoting Disability Pride with the goal of inspiring action.
Visit DisabilityPride.ca to view The Story Behind Disability Pride, a short documentary that covers our exploration of pride and its role in civil rights movements. It looks at how and why pride consistently falls on the path to inclusion, what our Disability Pride celebration could look like, the importance of belonging and what being a Canadian means.
So, we invite you to be part of defining Disability Pride in 2017. Start planning how you want to participate in your community. What groups or causes do you care about? How can you join in supporting movements, activities and celebrations?
Funded by: Inclusion BC Foundation and Department of Canadian Heritage, Government of Canada
Contact Amy Nugent,